Food Addiction: Breaking Free from Sugar: how and Why You Should Cut Sugar from Your Diet

Food Addiction: Breaking Free from Sugar: how and Why You Should Cut Sugar from Your Diet

by Ron Kness

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Overview

The thought of eliminating sugar from your diet may seem like torture but actually, it is one of the healthiest things you can do for yourself. Processed sugar acts like a drug to the body adding no nutritional value to your diet - just empty calories.

Most people eat an enormous amount of sugar each day, usually in processed foods such as cereal and soft drinks. Processed sugar is thought to be contributing factor in health issues such as obesity, heart disease, and diabetes.

Each teaspoon of sugar contains 4 grams of sugar, which by the way equates to 16 calories. Most people eat more than 22 grams (5.5 teaspoons) of sugar each day.

Too much sugar can cause obesity, heart disease, liver damage, tooth decay and a whole host of other health conditions.

In this book we show you how to recognize hidden sugar, how to break free and detox from the addiction and reduce or eliminate sugar from your diet. Take control and break free from sugar!


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781536868982
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/02/2016
Series: Food Addiction , #3
Pages: 54
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.14(d)

About the Author

I grew up in Central Minnesota, where my parents owned and operated a fishing resort. Once out of high school I tried a couple of semesters of college, only to quit halfway through the Spring term; I decided at that time that college wasn't for me.

Then I decided to follow my father's previous occupation as an auto mechanic. I graduated from a two-year of vocational training course and worked as a mechanic. While in vocational training, I decided to join the National Guard where I eventually ended up working full-time for 32 years.

So how does all of this relate to writing? In one of my leadership schools, the instructor, who was an English teacher at a juvenile detention center, presented writing to me in a whole new way - a way that started to develop my interest in working with words.

Fast forward about 40 years and I now have over 50 books listed on Amazon for Kindle and CreateSpace.

Besides my own writing, I also ghostwrite ebooks, reports, articles, blogs and do Kindle conversions for my clients on a variety of topics.

Today my wife and I live in Gold Canyon, AZ, where you'll find me happily sitting in my office typing away on my laptop as I work on my next book or ghostwriting project . . . that is if we are not traveling on a cruise ship - our new-found mode of travel.

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